Hong Kong is a popular cruise ship destination. Plenty of great value and first class hotels are located within easy reach of the port.
Cruise ships tie up at Hong Kong’s Ocean Terminal, situated in Victoria Harbour, or at the new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, at the former Kai Tak Airport runway on the East Kowloon waterfront. Alternatively, smaller ships may dock at China Fisherman’s Wharf in Kennedy Town beside the bus terminus. Book today the best pre and post cruise accommodation within easy reach of your cruise terminal.
Several hotels are located within walking distance or just a few blocks away from the Ocean Terminal. These places to stay or located on the waterfront at the tip of the Tsim Sha Tsui peninsula just a few steps from the Star Ferry terminal (cross-harbour ferries to Admiralty & Wan Chai districts) and tourist attractions. Very popular are the affordable YMCA Salisbury Hotel and more luxurious Marco Polo Hotel. The Salisbury Hotel fills up fast, so book it early.
If you’re ship docks at the Kai Tak terminal, not many hotels are set very close to the terminal. You can choose to stay in either Kowloon’s Tsim Sha Tsui part (located at the southern tip of Kowloon) or the Central and Wan Chai area on Hong Kong Island. Both are very popular areas. But HK is very compact, so most hotels are close enough to all major sights and attractions.
Hotel located near Ocean Cruise Terminal at the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui.
Hong Kong Cruise Port
Ocean Terminal and Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.
Cruise ships in Hong Kong dock at the Ocean Cruise Terminal, which is located in Victoria Harbour, or at the new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, located at the former Kai Tak Airport runway on the East Kowloon waterfront. Some smaller ships can also dock at China Fisherman’s Wharf in Kennedy Town.
Passengers can easily reach the site by subway and other transportation. The terminal building feature an upscale shopping mall, “Ocean Centre”, and is part of the Harbour City complex where you’ll find plenty of retail shops, restaurants and hotels. Just to the right of the terminal is Kowloon waterfront from where you have a splendid view of Hong Kong Island.
From nearby Star Ferry Pier ferries leave to Hong Kong island. Culture lovers will enjoy the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, adjacent to the Star Ferry pier. It houses the Museum of Art and Space Museum. Located across the Star Ferry Terminal is Star House shopping mall, location of the Chinese Arts & Craft store.
Address : 3-27 Canton Rd, Hong Kong
web : www.oceanterminal.com
phone : (852) 2118 8951
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Kai Tak Cruise Ship Passenger Terminal
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is located in the Kowloon Bay area and can accommodate the largest cruise ships in the world with a gross tonnage of up to 220,000 tons.
The complex is within easy reach of a number of fascinating attractions including Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, Kowloon Walled City Park, Chi Lin Nunnery, Nan Lian Garden, and Lei Yue Mun Seafood Bazaar.
Address : Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, 33 Shing Fung Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
From the airport By take the Airport Express to MTR Kowloon Station (approximately 20 minutes). From here it’s approximately a further 20 minutes by taxi.
By Mini Bus. Take green minibus 86 at Kowloon Bay MTR station.
By Ferry. Take a ferry from North Point or Sai Wan Ho on Hong Kong Island, across the water to Kwun Tong and change to a taxi.
Nearest airport – HKG International
Hong Kong International Airport — HKG airport is set at Chek Lap Kok, on Lantau Island. The airport has two terminals that serve around 100 airlines from all over the world. It’s the primary hub for Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, Hong Kong Airlines, Hong Kong Express Airways and Air Hong Kong (cargo).
The Airport Express links HKIA directly to Hong Kong’s central business district and buses connect the airport with most of the city. While taxis and coaches provide additional choices for passengers, there are also limousines which take passengers to their destinations directly.
Currently sailing from the Port of Hong Kong (Ocean Terminal and Kai Tak Passenger Terminal) are ships from among Princess Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Royal Caribbean International RCL, Holland America Line HAL, Silversea, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club, Seabourn, Avalon Waterways, Compagnie du Ponant, Hapag-Lloyd, Star Cruises, and SeaDream Yacht Club.
Hong Kong is a semi-autonomous region, located on the southcoast of China. The city is worldwide known for its stunning skyline. It’s a busy and one of the world’s populated cities. Hotels in Hong Kong are close to shopping, attractions and cruise ship terminals.
Being the duty free capital of the world, the city offers a dazzling array of shops, boutiques, high class malls and street markets. Visit Stanley Market, a daily bazaar selling cheap handcrafted souvenirs, jewelry and cameras. In Cantonese Hong Kong means literally “Fragnant Harbor”. Take a harbour cruise and sail by towering skyscrapers. From the water you can see how tall Hong Kong’s buildings actually are.
In Aberdeen, see people live and work on junks anchored in the harbor, or enjoy a lunch in one of the floating seafood restaurants. You can also take a ride on the Duk Ling, the last sailing junk in the city. Lantau Island, only a short ferry ride away, is home to the popular Po Lin Monastery, featuring the world’s largest outdoor Buddha. Ferries leave from Victoria Habour in Hong Kong’s Kowloon area. Don’t miss a visit to “Man Mo Temple”, the oldest and most famous temple in Hong Kong.
Extend your cruise holiday with a visit to Macau, also a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China. Macau, situated 60 kilometres or 37 miles southwest of Hong Kong, is best known for its casinos and as being Asia’s largest destination for gambling.
A visit and staying near Hong Kong Disneyland or Ocean Park is also popular. Disneyland is located on Lantau Island. Fun for the entire family. The Disney park is very easy to access via MTR from anywhere in Hong Kong. Staying nearby can be convenient after a long day at the park.
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